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The Impending Extinction of Marriage (Part 2 of 2)

Marriage is as relevant today as the horse drawn carriage.


Marriage via horse drawn carriageHow convenient.

The biggest problem with the institution of marriage likely has very little to do with what we’re doing wrong with marriage as opposed to marriage itself. If you’re having marital problems, you may want to consider the fact that marriage is fairly antiquated. In this post, I will cover the remaining five of the top ten issues with the popular concept of marriage and why they are now a recurring cause of failure in marital relationships as societies continue to evolve.

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  1. February 15, 2012 at 2:45 am

    AKA Big A

    But excellent posts once again. It’s a very good point you made when you wrote most marriages fail because people don’t really examine their potential marriage partners. I’ve always felt this is the reason people fail at marriage so frequently. But I never thought about the social network angle. That makes perfect sense.

    PS I wish you could’ve kept the blog at wordpress. WordPress has better promotion tools on its site. It allows for a sense of community. Blogspot doesn’t have the same ‘tags’ system or freshly pressed as far as I know. And for some reason Blogger won’t let me post using my wordpress handle. But anyway. good posts

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